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Im stumped and was wondering if someone could help with this question (not a big chemistry wiz) Where should an object be placed in front of a concave mirror’s principal axis to form an image that is real, inverted, larger than the object, and farther from the mirror than the object is?

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    Yes Dear!!! it is clear that you are not a big chemistry wiz, that it is a Physics question! try in Physics forum

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